Your many health benefits courtesy of an a list smile part 1 (new york cosmetic dentist 10019)


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Dr. Catrise Austin is an expert New York Cosmetic Dentist. In 1908, she opened an office under the banner "VIP Smiles", a modern dental practice that boasts an impressive loyal following, including some of the warmest smiles in the entertainment industry.

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Your many health benefits courtesy of an a list smile part 1 (new york cosmetic dentist 10019)

  1. 1. Your (Many) Health Benefits, Courtesy of an A-List Smile (Part 1) Dr. Catrise Austin
  2. 2. Your (Many) Health Benefits, Courtesy of an A-List Smile (Part 1) §  I believe strongly that the body and the mind are connected; I also believe that they are connected in just that order: first the body, then the mind. Don’t get me wrong, your mind is the magical seat of all imagination, stimulation and creation that goes on in your life – but without the body there would be nothing to imagine, stimulate or create. So in this section we start out with how the smile affects your entire body; and boy, does it ever! §  Sometimes getting your teeth bonded can mean the difference between a D-List and an A-List Smile; other times it means the difference between insecurity and confidence. Sherene Hudson grew up in Jamaica, Queens. Today, she’s a Contract Coordinator in the Business & Legal Affairs department at a Media Entertainment Company. Growing up, Sherene smiled a lot but, she admits, “I was always aware of the spaces in my teeth.”
  3. 3. Your (Many) Health Benefits, Courtesy of an A-List Smile (Part 1) §  Like most children unhappy with their smiles, Sherene swallowed her feelings and put on a brave face for the outside world. “I remember many photos of myself smiling,” she says before confessing, “but I was smiling for the cameras.” §  Many of my patients don’t become insecure about their smiles until early- to late-adolescence. For Sherene, things started much earlier. “My siblings used to tease me on a regular basis when I smiled in front of them; they were the first ones to make me a little insecure about my smile.” How early did her insecurities start? “My being self-conscious started as a child around the age of 8 years old.”
  4. 4. Your (Many) Health Benefits, Courtesy of an A-List Smile (Part 1) §  Later in life Sherene put behind her the voices of her family critics and, instead, became her own harshest critic. “As a young adult,” she admits, “I was very much aware of the spaces in my teeth, but it didn’t bother me as much; people would always tell me that I had a nice smile, but I wasn’t satisfied with it.” §  It was then that she began thinking seriously about getting an A- List Smile. “I thought about a nicer smile from the age of 16 to an adult,” she says. “I always pay attention to teeth and smiles, and when I would see people who had nice smiles, it really made a difference on how their face looked to me. I just feel like a nice smile exudes confidence.”
  5. 5. Your (Many) Health Benefits, Courtesy of an A-List Smile (Part 1) §  What was the biggest part of Sherene’s decision to change her smile? “I just wanted a beautiful smile,” she says. “Closing the spaces in my teeth has been on my dental ‘wish list’ for over two years. I made a promise to myself that I would be improving my smile at the beginning of the year.” §  Once I had bonded Sherene’s teeth, she said, “The most surprising part was the fact that my smile and face was changed in a matter of hours. After my bonding procedure, I was so happy; I just couldn’t stop smiling when I got home.” §  Today Sherene is more than satisfied with her A-List Smile. “My teeth look and feel great,” she told me recently. “It doesn’t even feel like I had anything done. My teeth just look great!”
  6. 6. Your (Many) Health Benefits, Courtesy of an A-List Smile (Part 1) §  Sherene said she never feel insecure about her smile now that she’s had bonding to remove the spaces in her teeth. “My new teeth have given me more confidence in myself as well as my smile,” she says. “I just want to talk and smile all day. By making these improvements, I feel like I’m putting me first by making my outside become as beautiful as I am on the inside.” §  Not surprisingly, Sherene has some parting words for anyone considering who isn’t happy with their smile: “I tell all of my friends that they have options and to go see Dr. Austin.”
  7. 7. Call Today for a Consultation! Dr. Catrise Austin 119 W. 57th Street, Suite 512 New York, New York 10019 Phone (212) 262-6054 Website: As a New York Cosmetic Dentist (10019), we offer a variety of dental services including but not limited to: Cosmetic Dentistry :: Dental Crowns :: Dental Health :: Dental Implants :: Family Dentistry :: General Dentistry :: Porcelain Veneers :: Composite Veneers :: Restorative Dentistry :: Braces :: Smile Makeover :: Teeth Whitening :: Sedation Dentistry. As a New York Cosmetic Dentist (10019), we serve the following areas: We serve patients all over the world as well as those in the following areas: Manhattan, NY :: Harlem, NY :: MidTown, NY :: New York, NY :: Time Square :: Upper West Side :: Upper East Side.